A Guide To The UK’s Best Irish Bars and Pubs
The UK is home to some of the best Irish bars around and they encompass everything you’d expect: delicious food, great drinks, and a lively atmosphere.
But, with all the choice available, choosing which Irish bar to go to can be a tough challenge. To make your decision that little bit easier, we’re bringing you a guide to the UK’s best Irish bars and pubs, from nation to nation.
The bright green exterior of Shenanigans gives you a taste of what’s inside; this quintessentially Irish bar holds the ultimate Celtic charm.
Its innovative drinks menu – featuring cocktails such as Dancing Leprechaun and Shamrock Shake – leaves nothing to be desired and, with a menu full of comfort food, you’ll be satiated enough to enjoy all of the fantastic events that this bar puts on!
Where: 77 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, L2 2EN
Fibber Magees, Belfasts
Fibber Magees is an Irish music bar and is wholly traditional. Irish music is performed live every day of the week, fully equipped with fiddles and bodhráns.
You can simply go into Fibber Magees for drinks, or you can indulge in the food menu, which even features a Sunday brunch menu, with highlights such as the Robinsons Brunch.
With the extensive drinks list ranging from the classic Guinness to the quirky cocktail, this is not a bar to miss out on.
Where: 38-42 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BA
The Spotted Dog, Birmingham
The Spotted Dog is one of the most popular Irish pubs in Birmingham, and it’s hardly surprising seeing as it hosts fantastic events, such as Jazz Tuesdays and film nights.
This pub also has a covered garden outside, so come rain or come shine, you can enjoy the great outdoors with your drinks. With simplicity at its core, this no-frills pub is perfect for you if you want to while away a day or an evening in true Irish spirit.
Where: 104 Warwick Street, Birmingham, B12 0NH
For live music, live sport, and a lively atmosphere, head over to McSorley’s Irish Bar.
This bar boasts four 20ft HD cinema screens on which you can indulge in the latest sporting events, or you can go along to the Cèilidh Mhòr, where you can engage in traditional Irish dancing and merriment.
If you fancy having a few pints of Guinness, McSorley’s innovative food menu will provide you with creative treats to line your stomach.
Where: 14 Forrest Road, Edinburgh, EH1 2QN
Waxy O’Connor’s is traditionally Irish, from its interior design to its menu, where you can choose from the Bar Menu, Sligo Menu, Galway Menu, Tipperary Buffet, and the Donegal Buffet.
The pub itself has four floors and three bars, along with an enormous indoor tree which gives the venue a charming air of quirkiness. Sophisticated and classy, Waxy O’Connor’s is the perfect pub for a dinner out or a few post-work drinks with colleagues.
Where: The Printworks, Corporation Street, Manchester M4 2BS
Patrick’s Bar, Bangor
With a Jägermeister machine, 50p vodka shots, and a jukebox, it would be difficult to not have a good time at Patrick’s Bar – it even has a 24-hour barcam so that you can see what’s going on without even being there!
This bar is definitely more aimed at students, with cheap drinks and an exciting atmosphere, and it’s bright green painted walls show you what it’s all about: having fun and daring to be different, all in the Irish spirit.
Where: 57-59 Holyhead Road, Bangor, LL57 2HE5
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